ASP.NET Core: JWT and Refresh Token with HttpOnly Cookies
I would like to talk about the SPA client authentication. Most of the blog implementations are stores the token into localStorage, sessionStorage or in-memory storage (redux/vuex/ngrx). It depends on your needs. For instance, you don’t need high security with your In-House applications. For other cases, you need to increase your security. Today, I will try to explain that with my best.
ASP.NET Core: A powerful API Design with OData, EF and SQLKata
Rather than reinventing the wheel, you may need a fast and reliable solution in a short time span. In this case, your framework should be able to support all your requirements. ASP.NET Core is doing that very well.
Better DI Service Registration with Assembly Scan
Today, I will talk about a better way to register services for Microsoft’s DI container. Let’s have a look at the standard way of service registration.
Angular 2+: Base Component Alternative
Hello again, base functionality is an inevitable requirement. I’m going to talk about a different base component approach in the Angular. Most of the examples create a base component and inject services to it. Later, you create components from it. However, internet has many examples that could lead you to write bad code.
SignalR Core: Heartbeat and Redis
Realtime applications are hard to design in .NET world, we have SignalR Core which gives us a painless interface for developing such applications. SignalR Core is a very new library, here I will be discussing a problem case which came with the latest versions.
Fabric.js History Operations (undo, redo) and Useful Tips
Hangfire Docker with Multiple Servers
I’ve been using Hangfire for almost 2 years. It’s a wonderful job schedule API with persistent storage. Community have a lot of examples about how to use Hangfire. However, almost all of them use the application (UI) as a hangfire server. Here, I will explain how to use Hangfire with docker and multiple servers. Let’s begin.